Don’t forget to…
When you sit your clothes lay on you totally different from when you are standing. That skirt that was completely modest when you were standing can creep up another couple of inches when you sit down. It’s a good idea to make a habit of properly adjusting your skirt every time you sit down. Check to make sure it’s still appropriately covering your legs not only from the top where you can see but also from the front where others can see.
Crossing your legs is a very feminine posture however it must be done right or it shouldn’t be done at all. I can’t tell you how many women I’ve seen with ordinarily modest skirts turned immodest when they carelessly crossed their legs. The simple solution to this is to cross concisely and carefully remembering to tuck in and adjust your skirt as you go so others cannot see to far up and in.
Your blouse is perfectly modest when you look in the mirror but be sure to do the “Bend Test”. When you lean forward is there anything being exposed that shouldn’t be? If so make sure you place you hand over your neckline before you bend. It’s much easier to remember if you just make a habit of this no matter what shirt you are wearing.
Be Active Modestly
Before you go to an event or activity think about what you are going to be wearing to make sure you are dressing appropriately. For example you wouldn’t wear the same outfit to a concert where you will be sitting as you would to a sports activity where you will be moving around a lot. Are you going to be climbing a latter to hang party decorations? Sitting on the floor to play with children? Riding a bike or working in the yard? All of these activities are great but we must make sure our attire is well suited for each of these activities.
Have I forgotten anything that you would like to add? Leave me a comment with your tips!